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I have been working in the IT field since I left active duty in 1996. I spent most of that time in higher education and health care. I find myself again working for a non-profit. I want very much for their mission to be successful and while it is very simple to see where technology can jump start a revenue cycle and generate new revenue sources...it is also painfully obvious to me that not all technology expenditures are practical.
My present employer is struggling with the common challenge of how to provide inclusive access to collaborating entities while securing privileged content from prying eyes.
My present employer is also struggling with a long-outdated FileMaker "database" (it isn't normalized) which is presently acting as the CRM. There is no integration with their recently implemented LMS, a product called Elevate from CommPartners.
The licensing from TechSoup for a modern FileMaker Enterprise package is attractive. I am torn between wanting to learn FM in order to build what they need from scratch versus seeking an economical (just good enough) CRM and SIS database.
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